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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi I was surprised one day to discover this seuel and the later ones in this one of my favorite adventure series because I thought that the third book wrapped up the storyline of an altered history Britain perfectly if in a bl

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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi The only problem with the Mountains of the Moon was I wasn't sure where Hodder was going to be able to go from there With

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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi DOWNLOAD ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub à Mark Hodder FREE DOWNLOAD The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi I love this series I completely understand why some people might not though You cannot read the books out of order It would be way too confusing And you cannot write much about them and not spoil somethingThe last book ended with a huge cliffhanger I hate cliffhangers but there are some books you simply overlook all tha

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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi This is a great mishmash of a read merging Victorian personalities and great understanding of London at this time with a great imaginative storytelling This book along with the last one is a lot serious in its tone I found myself missing the humour of the first two bookshighly recommended to all

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    Mark Hodder à 9 CHARACTERS DOWNLOAD ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub à Mark Hodder PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi First of all let me tell you that I love the seriesI belong to the group of readers who thought after reading book three that the series came to its endSo I was than happy when I found that the series will continue with a new story arcI was not sure which way Mark Hodder would go after the events in book three But he chose well and

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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi DOWNLOAD ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub à Mark Hodder Mark Hodder à 9 CHARACTERS Come on Mark Hodder You're 80% of the way there Just a little bit fartherI've had a lovehate relationship with this series since it began Hodder tells a pretty excellent alternate universe pulp yarn and while his writing started out a bit workmanlike and unpolished it's definitely improved as the books go on Unfortunately his particular weakness happens to be located right at one of my personal pet peeve points he can

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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi Another fanciful journey into the alternative Victorian world with Richard Burton and Algernon SwinburneEven after reading four of this series I still sometimes cringe at the use of real people thrown into an alternate reality True I read the Riverworld series many years ago which also prominently featured Burton But I've learned so

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    PDF/EPUB The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi This is the fourth book in this “A Burton and Swinburne Adventure” series created by Mark Hodder If you love this book you will also want to check out “The Curious Case of the Clockwork Man” and “Expedition to the Mountains

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  • Paperback
  • 395
  • The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi
  • Mark Hodder
  • English
  • 15 February 2019
  • 9781616147778

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CHARACTERS ´ The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi Resh from his discovery of the source of the Nile Appointed the king's agent he must trace the missing luminaries and solve the mystery of Abdu El Yezdi's silence But the Beast has been summoned How can the famous explorer fulfill his mission when his friends and loved ones are being picked off one by one by what appears to be a supernatural entity by perhaps Abdu El Yezdi himself. When I know I m good and ready for a challenging read I know I can always turn to Mark Hodder s Burton Swinburne adventure series One really needs to put everything else aside and prepare for full throttle complexity and after reading this 4th book in the series I m thinking they re growing even convoluted than everEver since I read the first book in the series The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack I ve been impressed with the author s creativity To be able to explore this world of Victorian age England in an alternate history version where Victoria is assassinated early in her reign is always fun Good steampunk novels time travel novels or old fashioned character driven historical novels can be difficult to write but to combine all of the above is a tough feat to pull off But Hodder does it once againSir Richard Francis Burton is the primary character of course and we see the story unfold through his eyes I found the other characters well drawn once again and great fun to follow along with as they encounter various historical figures and places in 19th century England Some are well known to us like Charles Darwin Bram Stoker Charles Dodgson Lewis Carroll while others are far less known at least to me but nevertheless important historical contributors My one complaint about this book is that I am probably just not smart enough to read it I get the same feeling when I read a Neal Stephenson book Time travel plots can certainly be convoluted with resulting paradoxes prompting bouts of head scratching puzzlement on the part of the reader but when said paradoxes drive the plot and the action the result can be absolutely confounding It was difficult to keep track of who was doing what to whom and when they were doing it Add to that a rather large cast of characters and we have a recipe for a complicated stew Paradoxes that result in branches to parallel universes and timelines abound throughout and I was not always confident that I was understanding which set of characters or which version of the timeline I was observing For that reason I took off a star on my rating even though the fault is likely mine for just not being smart enoughNevertheless the attempt was worth it just to read Mr Hodder s prose and absorb his wit if nothing else I am anxious to see what comes in the next novel for it is evident that this universe has been blown wide open with this novel and there is no cap to what can happen next or previously Wenn Kinder trotzen picked off one by one by what appears to be a supernatural entity by CC Программирование на языке высокого уровня perhaps Abdu El Yezdi himself. When I know I m good and ready for a challenging read I know I can always turn to Mark Hodder s Burton Swinburne adventure series One really needs to Dead Letter put everything else aside and A World of Ideas Conversations With Thoughtful Men and Women About American Life Today and the Ideas Shaping Our Future prepare for full throttle complexity and after reading this 4th book in the series I m thinking they re growing even convoluted than everEver since I read the first book in the series The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack I ve been impressed with the author s creativity To be able to explore this world of Victorian age England in an alternate history version where Victoria is assassinated early in her reign is always fun Good steampunk novels time travel novels or old fashioned character driven historical novels can be difficult to write but to combine all of the above is a tough feat to Brief an den Vater pull off But Hodder does it once againSir Richard Francis Burton is the Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen primary character of course and we see the story unfold through his eyes I found the other characters well drawn once again and great fun to follow along with as they encounter various historical figures and Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges places in 19th century England Some are well known to us like Charles Darwin Bram Stoker Charles Dodgson Lewis Carroll while others are far less known at least to me but nevertheless important historical contributors My one complaint about this book is that I am In guten Kreisen probably just not smart enough to read it I get the same feeling when I read a Neal Stephenson book Time travel Serafina and the Black Cloak plots can certainly be convoluted with resulting Artemis Fowl paradoxes La esfinge maragata prompting bouts of head scratching The Inklings CS Lewis JRR Tolkien Charles Williams and Their Friends puzzlement on the The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig part of the reader but when said Spectrum 21 paradoxes drive the Zanboomer plot and the action the result can be absolutely confounding It was difficult to keep track of who was doing what to whom and when they were doing it Add to that a rather large cast of characters and we have a recipe for a complicated stew Paradoxes that result in branches to Vögeln ist schön parallel universes and timelines abound throughout and I was not always confident that I was understanding which set of characters or which version of the timeline I was observing For that reason I took off a star on my rating even though the fault is likely mine for just not being smart enoughNevertheless the attempt was worth it just to read Mr Hodder s The Relativity of Wrong prose and absorb his wit if nothing else I am anxious to see what comes in the next novel for it is evident that this universe has been blown wide open with this novel and there is no cap to what can happen next or Die Dämonenbraut previously

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CHARACTERS ´ The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi Burton Swinburne return in a new series The Beast is coming History will be remade Since the assassination of ueen Victoria in 1840 a cabal of prominent men including King George V HRH Prince Albert Benjamin Disraeli and Isambard Kingdom Brunel has received guidance from the Afterlife The spirit of a dead mystic Abdu El Yezdi has helped them to steer the empire into a period of un. This is the fourth book in Hodder s steampunk series Burton Swinburne Those who read my review of the third book may remember that I was annoyed by an illogical twist near the end that soured me on a series I had mostly been enjoying This book builds on that illogical twist and adds some additional illogic of its ownIt s still a fun series in many ways I really like the characters and the books make me laugh out loud uite often This book s story is fairly straight forward than some of the others in the series anyway The reader already knows the secret of Abdu El Yezdi from the moment he s first mentioned and can predict where many things are going based on that knowledge and other information provided beforehand I did like many aspects of where this story went aside from my complaints about the illogical eventsI debated with myself about whether to continue on and read the last two books in the series I m enjoying them but I m also frustrated by them at times and the premise is starting to lose some of its appeal I ve decided to stop here I ll miss the characters and I feel slightly bad about abandoning my fictional friends but I m ready to move on to other things I m also reasonably happy with where things were at the end of this book and I m not confident that I would be able to say the same by the end of the seriesA couple spoilers with a little bit detail about some of my complaintsview spoilerSo to briefly recap my objection at the end of book 3 was that Burton goes back in time and essentially causes the trouble that leads to him going back in time This book builds on that with Burton from the future stuck in the past and manipulating events to improve upon the things that went wrong in the timeline he traveled fromBurton s manipulation causes the Great Amnesia where nobody can remember what happened in the previous 3 years because his actions have prevented Spring Heeled Jack from going back in time 3 years and interfering with the timeline as he originally had This goes against the entire premise the author has been repeating that each instance of time travel creates an alternate branch of events Now suddenly he s proposing that this one time it all happened in the same branch Plus it just doesn t make sense to me that people wouldn t remember events that happened as they happened just because they might have happened differently this timeI know time travel stories always have their issues but this series is developing internal inconsistencies than I can tolerate One of the characters himself points out another paradox created Crowley interfered with the current branch of time because it was the only one where he didn t exist he didn t know why and by doing so he caused the death of his parents which was what prevented him from existing Since Burton points this out we know that the author is aware of the paradoxes and hasn t confused himself about his own story This is one reason I ve decided to stop with the series because I know I can likely expect of them and it s just getting a bit too convoluted and illogical for me The implication that time is deteriorating due to all the people messing around with time seems like an attempt to create a catch all explanation but it isn t one that works for me hide spoiler Vingespenn prominent men including King George V HRH Prince Albert Benjamin Disraeli and Isambard Kingdom Brunel has received guidance from the Afterlife The spirit of a dead mystic Abdu El Yezdi has helped them to steer the empire into a We Love Glenda So Much and A Change of Light period of un. This is the fourth book in Hodder s steampunk series Burton Swinburne Those who read my review of the third book may remember that I was annoyed by an illogical twist near the end that soured me on a series I had mostly been enjoying This book builds on that illogical twist and adds some additional illogic of its ownIt s still a fun series in many ways I really like the characters and the books make me laugh out loud uite often This book s story is fairly straight forward than some of the others in the series anyway The reader already knows the secret of Abdu El Yezdi from the moment he s first mentioned and can Wenn Kinder trotzen predict where many things are going based on that knowledge and other information CC Программирование на языке высокого уровня provided beforehand I did like many aspects of where this story went aside from my complaints about the illogical eventsI debated with myself about whether to continue on and read the last two books in the series I m enjoying them but I m also frustrated by them at times and the Dead Letter premise is starting to lose some of its appeal I ve decided to stop here I ll miss the characters and I feel slightly bad about abandoning my fictional friends but I m ready to move on to other things I m also reasonably happy with where things were at the end of this book and I m not confident that I would be able to say the same by the end of the seriesA couple spoilers with a little bit detail about some of my complaintsview spoilerSo to briefly recap my objection at the end of book 3 was that Burton goes back in time and essentially causes the trouble that leads to him going back in time This book builds on that with Burton from the future stuck in the A World of Ideas Conversations With Thoughtful Men and Women About American Life Today and the Ideas Shaping Our Future past and manipulating events to improve upon the things that went wrong in the timeline he traveled fromBurton s manipulation causes the Great Amnesia where nobody can remember what happened in the Brief an den Vater previous 3 years because his actions have Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen prevented Spring Heeled Jack from going back in time 3 years and interfering with the timeline as he originally had This goes against the entire Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges premise the author has been repeating that each instance of time travel creates an alternate branch of events Now suddenly he s In guten Kreisen proposing that this one time it all happened in the same branch Plus it just doesn t make sense to me that Serafina and the Black Cloak people wouldn t remember events that happened as they happened just because they might have happened differently this timeI know time travel stories always have their issues but this series is developing internal inconsistencies than I can tolerate One of the characters himself Artemis Fowl points out another La esfinge maragata paradox created Crowley interfered with the current branch of time because it was the only one where he didn t exist he didn t know why and by doing so he caused the death of his The Inklings CS Lewis JRR Tolkien Charles Williams and Their Friends parents which was what The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig prevented him from existing Since Burton Spectrum 21 points this out we know that the author is aware of the Zanboomer paradoxes and hasn t confused himself about his own story This is one reason I ve decided to stop with the series because I know I can likely expect of them and it s just getting a bit too convoluted and illogical for me The implication that time is deteriorating due to all the Vögeln ist schön people messing around with time seems like an attempt to create a catch all explanation but it isn t one that works for me hide spoiler

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CHARACTERS ´ The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi Precedented peace and creativity But on the eve of a groundbreaking alliance with the newly formed Greater German Confederation scientists surgeons and engineers are being abducted including Brunel The government in search of answers turns to the Afterlife only to find that Abdu El Yezdi is now refusing to speak with the living Enter the newly knighted Sir Richard Francis Burton f. I love this series I completely understand why some people might not though You cannot read the books out of order It would be way too confusing And you cannot write much about them and not spoil somethingThe last book ended with a huge cliffhanger I hate cliffhangers but there are some books you simply overlook all that and eagerly wait for the next one I was wondering if it was possible to resolve all the piled up issues The book returns to all the characters that played important roles in the beginning especially in the first two It repeats a lot of events you already know about but in a different way and it adds and changes bits and pieces It is never boring The additions and changes suit the story completely There were a lot of moments when I felt as if a very dear friend whom I haven t seen for a very long time came back Even the heartbreaking moments are simply used not to be the focus of the story but rather to strengthen itIt starts with Richard Burton coming back from his successful mission to discover the source of Nile He was knighted for that achievement and was appointed the king s agent Soon he finds out that the British government was getting advice from an entity called Abdu El Yezdi Now when someone is kidnapping important scientists and a threat of a new danger is looming over the country Abdu El Yezdi isn t speaking anyThe time travel element is very strong in the story but not in a way it is in The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack where the character jumps through time throughout the bookWhat I missed in the beginning of the book was Swinburne but he made up for it in the other half of the story I still wish he appeared earlier but I understand The story needed that particular set up before he appeared There are a number of things that make this book great but as far as I am concerned Swinburne is my favourite At three in the afternoon a falsetto screeching drifted up from the street below It continued for five minutes and was followed by the jingling of the doorbell The stairs creaked as Mrs Angell ascended She knocked entered and stood with hands on hips A small hobgoblin has invaded our hallway Does it have red hair Burton asked Oh is that what it is I thought the creature s head was on fire I was going to throw a bucket of water over it before chasing it away with my broom The next might not be something a lot of people find interesting but there is romance in this book than in others if nothing else but for Burton s frankness and willingness to share I never felt I belonged anywhere until I met her Burton replied Now I feel I can belong any place at all provided I am with her The ending itself is a bit rushed but since I saw there will be a fifth book I don t mind Y hasta lo último de la tierra Una historia ilustrada del Cristianismo peace and creativity But on the eve of a groundbreaking alliance with the newly formed Greater German Confederation scientists surgeons and engineers are being abducted including Brunel The government in search of answers turns to the Afterlife only to find that Abdu El Yezdi is now refusing to speak with the living Enter the newly knighted Sir Richard Francis Burton f. I love this series I completely understand why some Knight Kyle and the Magic Silver Lance people might not though You cannot read the books out of order It would be way too confusing And you cannot write much about them and not spoil somethingThe last book ended with a huge cliffhanger I hate cliffhangers but there are some books you simply overlook all that and eagerly wait for the next one I was wondering if it was ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain possible to resolve all the The Truth Against the World piled up issues The book returns to all the characters that Making Him Sweat Taking Him Down played important roles in the beginning especially in the first two It repeats a lot of events you already know about but in a different way and it adds and changes bits and Judaism As a Civilization Toward a Reconstruction of American Jewish Life pieces It is never boring The additions and changes suit the story completely There were a lot of moments when I felt as if a very dear friend whom I haven t seen for a very long time came back Even the heartbreaking moments are simply used not to be the focus of the story but rather to strengthen itIt starts with Richard Burton coming back from his successful mission to discover the source of Nile He was knighted for that achievement and was appointed the king s agent Soon he finds out that the British government was getting advice from an entity called Abdu El Yezdi Now when someone is kidnapping important scientists and a threat of a new danger is looming over the country Abdu El Yezdi isn t speaking anyThe time travel element is very strong in the story but not in a way it is in The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack where the character jumps through time throughout the bookWhat I missed in the beginning of the book was Swinburne but he made up for it in the other half of the story I still wish he appeared earlier but I understand The story needed that Badger's Parting Gifts particular set up before he appeared There are a number of things that make this book great but as far as I am concerned Swinburne is my favourite At three in the afternoon a falsetto screeching drifted up from the street below It continued for five minutes and was followed by the jingling of the doorbell The stairs creaked as Mrs Angell ascended She knocked entered and stood with hands on hips A small hobgoblin has invaded our hallway Does it have red hair Burton asked Oh is that what it is I thought the creature s head was on fire I was going to throw a bucket of water over it before chasing it away with my broom The next might not be something a lot of Ostende 1936 Sommer der Freundschaft people find interesting but there is romance in this book than in others if nothing else but for Burton s frankness and willingness to share I never felt I belonged anywhere until I met her Burton replied Now I feel I can belong any Die Entwicklung des Sozialismus von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft place at all Ist dieses Buch ansteckend? 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